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Open Phones

LIVE

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7:00:47 AM - 7:46:35 AM
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7:00:47 AM - 7:46:35 AM

Open Phones

Call-In

Telephone lines were open for comments on the question, “Does the Pentagon position on women in combat go far enough?”

0 hours, 45 minutes | 138 Views

Supreme Court Ruling on Campaign Finanace

LIVE

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7:48:25 AM - 8:32:40 AM
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7:48:25 AM - 8:32:40 AM

Supreme Court Ruling on Campaign Finanace

Call-In

Melanie Mason talked about the Supreme Court’s decision striking down a Montana ban on corporate political money, ruling 5- 4 that the controversial Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission[ ruling applies to state and local elections. Other topics included the effects of [Citizens United on the 2012 elections, the role of outside group spending in 2012 by both super political actions committees, and campaign finance measures being considered in Congress. She also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.

0 hours, 44 minutes | 564 Views

Mexico's Presidential Election

LIVE

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8:34:30 AM - 9:16:31 AM
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8:34:30 AM - 9:16:31 AM

Mexico's Presidential Election

Call-In

Christopher Wilson talked about the results of Mexico’s previous day presidential elections, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included U.S.-Mexico relations.

0 hours, 42 minutes | 282 Views

Al Jazeera English Foreign News Bureau

LIVE

Airing Time:

9:18:23 AM - 10:01:40 AM
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9:18:23 AM - 10:01:40 AM

Al Jazeera English Foreign News Bureau

Call-In

Alan Fisher talked about Al Jazeera’s English language news network in Washington, D.C., which covers news in the United States and around the world. Topics included the network’s history, the workings of its news division, its audience, editorial decision-making, funding, and online capacities. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. A clip was shown of Al Jazeera English coverage of reactions to the Supreme Court health care law decision.
This was the first of a five-day “Washington Journal” series on foreign news operations in the United States. The program identification numbers for the other parts are 306901-6 (Deutsche Welle), 306915-6 (Voice of America), 306916-5 (China Central Television), and 306934-5 (BBC America).

0 hours, 43 minutes | 479 Views

NATO Monthly Briefing

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10:02:52 AM - 10:32:34 AM
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10:02:52 AM - 10:32:34 AM

NATO Monthly Briefing

International Telecasts

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen gave his monthly briefing to the press. He condemned the continuing violence in Syria, and the recent shooting down of a Turkish military jet by Syria. He reiterated that NATO had no intentions of becoming involved in Syria.

0 hours, 29 minutes | 203 Views

Prime Minister Cameron on the European Union Summit

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10:32:44 AM - 11:53:10 AM
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10:32:44 AM - 11:53:10 AM

Prime Minister Cameron on the European Union Summit

International Telecasts

Prime Minister Cameron addressed the House of Commons after attending a two-day summit with European leaders to discuss the region’s debt crisis. Leaders from the 27-member European Union (EU) agreed on banking and financial measures to assist struggling economies, like Spain and Italy. The prime minister told members that there is a “real benefit” in staying in the EU but that the United Kingdom should seek to have “looser relationships” within the European Union.

1 hours, 20 minutes | 763 Views

Investigative Journalism

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11:55:13 AM - 1:30:57 PM
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11:55:13 AM - 1:30:57 PM

Investigative Journalism

Public Affairs Event

Four award-winning investigative journalists talked about their experiences and how they circumvented safeguards surrounding sensitive subjects. They also focused on recent stories they had covered and the process of investigative journalism. They responded to questions from the audience in the Kumble Theater.
The panelists at The Annual George Polk Seminar: Getting the Unforgettable Story, were four of the journalists who were awarded the 2011 George Polk Awards in Journalism.

1 hours, 35 minutes | 316 Views

Supreme Court Health Care Decision

LIVE

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1:31:10 PM - 3:01:40 PM
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1:31:10 PM - 3:01:40 PM

Supreme Court Health Care Decision

Public Affairs Event

Legal experts talked about the Supreme Court’s ruling that upheld the Affordable Care Act, the health care law. The three panelists, all of whom oppose the legislation, discussed the role of government in health care, constitutional issues, tax issues, and the 2012 elections. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 30 minutes | 1,089 Views

Supreme Court Ruling on Affordable Care Act

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3:16:46 PM - 4:52:04 PM
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3:16:46 PM - 4:52:04 PM

Supreme Court Ruling on Affordable Care Act

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about the Supreme Court’s ruling that upheld the Affordable Care Act, the health care law. The three panelists, all of whom oppose the legislation, discussed the role of government in health care, constitutional issues, tax issues, and the 2012 elections. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 35 minutes | 483 Views

GlaxoSmithKline Fraud Settlement

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4:54:52 PM - 5:26:04 PM
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4:54:52 PM - 5:26:04 PM

GlaxoSmithKline Fraud Settlement

News Conference

The Justice Department announced a historical health care fraud settlement with GlaxoSmithKline. The $3 billion settlement was the largest of its kind and resulted from multiple criminal and civil investigations involving the drugs Paxil, Wellbutrin, and Avandia.

0 hours, 31 minutes | 228 Views

Terry O'Neill Remarks

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5:29:52 PM - 5:51:40 PM
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5:29:52 PM - 5:51:40 PM

Terry O'Neill Remarks

Public Affairs Event

Terry O’Neill talked about strategies for opposition to state and federal legislative efforts to restrict women’s reproductive health rights.

0 hours, 21 minutes | 111 Views

Prime Minister Cameron on the European Union Summit

Airing Time:

5:54:40 PM - 7:15:00 PM
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5:54:40 PM - 7:15:00 PM

Prime Minister Cameron on the European Union Summit

International Telecasts

Prime Minister Cameron addressed the House of Commons after attending a two-day summit with European leaders to discuss the region’s debt crisis. Leaders from the 27-member European Union (EU) agreed on banking and financial measures to assist struggling economies, like Spain and Italy. The prime minister told members that there is a “real benefit” in staying in the EU but that the United Kingdom should seek to have “looser relationships” within the European Union.

1 hours, 20 minutes | 763 Views

Al Jazeera English Foreign News Bureau

Airing Time:

7:17:28 PM - 7:59:53 PM
Close

7:17:28 PM - 7:59:53 PM

Al Jazeera English Foreign News Bureau

Call-In

Alan Fisher talked about Al Jazeera’s English language news network in Washington, D.C., which covers news in the United States and around the world. Topics included the network’s history, the workings of its news division, its audience, editorial decision-making, funding, and online capacities. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. A clip was shown of Al Jazeera English coverage of reactions to the Supreme Court health care law decision.
This was the first of a five-day “Washington Journal” series on foreign news operations in the United States. The program identification numbers for the other parts are 306901-6 (Deutsche Welle), 306915-6 (Voice of America), 306916-5 (China Central Television), and 306934-5 (BBC America).

0 hours, 42 minutes | 479 Views

Leon Panetta on Global Partnership and Policy

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8:00:33 PM - 8:56:42 PM
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8:00:33 PM - 8:56:42 PM

Leon Panetta on Global Partnership and Policy

Public Affairs Event

Leon Panetta gave the fifth annual Dean Acheson lecture at the U.S. Institute of Peace. In his remarks he said the military planed to deploy Army units to build international partnerships and to strengthen security capabilities with nations around the world. He talked about a new defense strategy that focused on placing a greater emphasis on building capability of other nations to help meet security challenges in the future. He also spoke about the need for the Defense Department to invest in future capabilities, such as cyber security, unmanned systems, and space.

0 hours, 56 minutes | 326 Views

National Security and the 2012 Elections

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8:59:22 PM - 10:25:34 PM
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8:59:22 PM - 10:25:34 PM

National Security and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

David Schanzer, a former attorney in the Justice and Defense Departments, talked about the issue of national security in n the 2012 election and past presidential election.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 254 Views

GlaxoSmithKline Fraud Settlement

Airing Time:

10:26:26 PM - 10:57:51 PM
Close

10:26:26 PM - 10:57:51 PM

GlaxoSmithKline Fraud Settlement

News Conference

The Justice Department announced a historical health care fraud settlement with GlaxoSmithKline. The $3 billion settlement was the largest of its kind and resulted from multiple criminal and civil investigations involving the drugs Paxil, Wellbutrin, and Avandia.

0 hours, 31 minutes | 228 Views

Supreme Court Health Care Decision

Airing Time:

11:00:00 PM - 12:31:30 AM
Close

11:00:00 PM - 12:31:30 AM

Supreme Court Health Care Decision

Public Affairs Event

Legal experts talked about the Supreme Court’s ruling that upheld the Affordable Care Act, the health care law. The three panelists, all of whom oppose the legislation, discussed the role of government in health care, constitutional issues, tax issues, and the 2012 elections. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 31 minutes | 1,089 Views

Leon Panetta on Global Partnership and Policy

Airing Time:

12:32:23 AM - 1:28:32 AM
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12:32:23 AM - 1:28:32 AM

Leon Panetta on Global Partnership and Policy

Public Affairs Event

Leon Panetta gave the fifth annual Dean Acheson lecture at the U.S. Institute of Peace. In his remarks he said the military planed to deploy Army units to build international partnerships and to strengthen security capabilities with nations around the world. He talked about a new defense strategy that focused on placing a greater emphasis on building capability of other nations to help meet security challenges in the future. He also spoke about the need for the Defense Department to invest in future capabilities, such as cyber security, unmanned systems, and space.

0 hours, 56 minutes | 326 Views

National Security and the 2012 Elections

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1:29:40 AM - 2:55:49 AM
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1:29:40 AM - 2:55:49 AM

National Security and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

David Schanzer, a former attorney in the Justice and Defense Departments, talked about the issue of national security in n the 2012 election and past presidential election.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 254 Views

GlaxoSmithKline Fraud Settlement

Airing Time:

2:56:31 AM - 3:27:56 AM
Close

2:56:31 AM - 3:27:56 AM

GlaxoSmithKline Fraud Settlement

News Conference

The Justice Department announced a historical health care fraud settlement with GlaxoSmithKline. The $3 billion settlement was the largest of its kind and resulted from multiple criminal and civil investigations involving the drugs Paxil, Wellbutrin, and Avandia.

0 hours, 31 minutes | 228 Views

Supreme Court Health Care Decision

Airing Time:

3:29:04 AM - 5:00:24 AM
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3:29:04 AM - 5:00:24 AM

Supreme Court Health Care Decision

Public Affairs Event

Legal experts talked about the Supreme Court’s ruling that upheld the Affordable Care Act, the health care law. The three panelists, all of whom oppose the legislation, discussed the role of government in health care, constitutional issues, tax issues, and the 2012 elections. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 31 minutes | 1,089 Views

NATO Monthly Briefing

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5:01:08 AM - 5:31:10 AM
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5:01:08 AM - 5:31:10 AM

NATO Monthly Briefing

International Telecasts

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen gave his monthly briefing to the press. He condemned the continuing violence in Syria, and the recent shooting down of a Turkish military jet by Syria. He reiterated that NATO had no intentions of becoming involved in Syria.

0 hours, 30 minutes | 203 Views

National Security and the 2012 Elections

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5:32:39 AM - 6:58:48 AM
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5:32:39 AM - 6:58:48 AM

National Security and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

David Schanzer, a former attorney in the Justice and Defense Departments, talked about the issue of national security in n the 2012 election and past presidential election.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 254 Views

Summer Reading Tweets, 1

In Progress

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6:58:53 AM - 7:00:21 AM
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6:58:53 AM - 7:00:21 AM

Summer Reading Tweets, 1

Vignette

Book TV’s followers on Twitter responded to the question “What are you reading this summer?”

0 hours, 1 minutes | 41 Views

Panel on the Future of the Book and Book Store

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7:00:34 AM - 7:53:49 AM
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7:00:34 AM - 7:53:49 AM

Panel on the Future of the Book and Book Store

Public Affairs Event

A panel discussion was held on the future of the book and of the book store. Jim Milliot moderated a panel that included a book store owner, a publisher, and a literary agent. The panelists also responded to questions from members of the audience.
“The Future of the Book and Bookstore” was a presentation was in the James Michener Non-Fiction Pavilion on the grounds of City Hall at the 3rd annual Gaithersburg Book Festival.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 340 Views

Communicators with Representative Bob Goodlatte

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8:00:28 AM - 8:32:35 AM
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8:00:28 AM - 8:32:35 AM

Communicators with Representative Bob Goodlatte

Interview

Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) talked about telecommunications issues. Topics included the proposed Verizon deal with Comcast and several cable companies that would increase spectrum for Verizon, consumer privacy legislation to protect consumers on Web sites and mobile aps, and prospects for an anti-piracy bill in the next Congress.
Representative Goodlatte is chair of the Congressional Internet Caucus.

0 hours, 32 minutes | 256 Views

Supreme Court Health Care Law Decision

Airing Time:

8:34:19 AM - 10:12:25 AM
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8:34:19 AM - 10:12:25 AM

Supreme Court Health Care Law Decision

Public Affairs Event

Constitutional and health law scholars, practitioners and commentators talked about the Supreme Court decision that the Affordable Care Act, the health care law, is constitutional. The court ruled in favor of the statute based on Congress' power to levy taxes.

1 hours, 38 minutes | 644 Views

Mobile Payment Technology

Airing Time:

10:14:02 AM - 11:03:46 AM
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10:14:02 AM - 11:03:46 AM

Mobile Payment Technology

House Committee

Witnesses testified about mobile payment services and the adequacy of current regulatory structure to provide protection to consumers who use the services.

0 hours, 49 minutes | 174 Views

Political Landscape and 2012 Elections

Airing Time:

11:06:21 AM - 11:57:15 AM
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11:06:21 AM - 11:57:15 AM

Political Landscape and 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

Analysts and activists talked about 2012 election year races and strategies for Democrats to win. Topics included voter demographics, voter issues, state voter identification laws, and women’s reproductive rights. They responded to questions from the audience.

0 hours, 50 minutes | 196 Views

Supreme Court Health Care Law Decision

Airing Time:

11:58:10 AM - 1:36:16 PM
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11:58:10 AM - 1:36:16 PM

Supreme Court Health Care Law Decision

Public Affairs Event

Constitutional and health law scholars, practitioners and commentators talked about the Supreme Court decision that the Affordable Care Act, the health care law, is constitutional. The court ruled in favor of the statute based on Congress' power to levy taxes.

1 hours, 38 minutes | 644 Views

Standards for Federal Tribal Recognition

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1:38:26 PM - 3:12:32 PM
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1:38:26 PM - 3:12:32 PM

Standards for Federal Tribal Recognition

House Committee

Witnesses testified about federal recognition of Native American Indian tribes, as well as the standards and procedures for recognition. Much of the hearing focused on restoring recognition to a California tribe that had sued the local county over its status.

1 hours, 34 minutes | 884 Views

Law of the Sea Treaty

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3:13:37 PM - 5:13:44 PM
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3:13:37 PM - 5:13:44 PM

Law of the Sea Treaty

Senate Committee

Business leaders testified on the United Nations Law of the Sea Treaty, an international convention that sets rules for under- and over-sea travel and commerce.

2 hours, 0 minutes | 283 Views

U.S.-Turkey Relations

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5:15:04 PM - 6:41:53 PM
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5:15:04 PM - 6:41:53 PM

U.S.-Turkey Relations

Public Affairs Event

Diplomats spoke about relations between the U.S. and Turkey. They also talked about Turkey’s relationship with the European Union and efforts by Turkey to join the union. They also spoke about Turkey’s role in regional security and the challenges posed by political unrest and violence in the Arab world. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 26 minutes | 259 Views

Turkey and the Middle East, Panel 3

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6:42:09 PM - 8:00:03 PM
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6:42:09 PM - 8:00:03 PM

Turkey and the Middle East, Panel 3

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about Turkey’s relations with countries in the Middle East, focusing on relations with Iraq, Israel, Syria and Iran. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 17 minutes | 179 Views

Communicators with Representative Bob Goodlatte

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8:00:36 PM - 8:32:43 PM
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8:00:36 PM - 8:32:43 PM

Communicators with Representative Bob Goodlatte

Interview

Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) talked about telecommunications issues. Topics included the proposed Verizon deal with Comcast and several cable companies that would increase spectrum for Verizon, consumer privacy legislation to protect consumers on Web sites and mobile aps, and prospects for an anti-piracy bill in the next Congress.
Representative Goodlatte is chair of the Congressional Internet Caucus.

0 hours, 32 minutes | 256 Views

After Words with Victor Cha

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8:33:22 PM - 9:33:31 PM
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8:33:22 PM - 9:33:31 PM

After Words with Victor Cha

Interview

Victor Cha explores the rise of North Korea’s Kim dynasty and provides a history of one of the most secret nations in recent history. He talked with Scott Snyder, director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations.

1 hours, 0 minutes | 2,106 Views

After Words with Steve Coll

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9:36:15 PM - 10:34:09 PM
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9:36:15 PM - 10:34:09 PM

After Words with Steve Coll

Interview

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Steve Coll investigates the corporation that has greater revenues than the economies of many western nations. He discussed the company’s power and influence with Associated Press energy reporter Dina Cappiello

0 hours, 57 minutes | 1,816 Views

After Words with Jay Nordlinger

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10:36:52 PM - 11:36:02 PM
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10:36:52 PM - 11:36:02 PM

After Words with Jay Nordlinger

Interview

Mr. Nordlinger presents the history of one of the world’s best known and most prestigious awards, the Nobel Peace Prize. In it, he shines a spotlight on Alfred Nobel, the prize’s founder, and discusses many noteworthy activists and leaders who were overlooked for the prize. He talked with the Wall Street Journal's iInternational editor Matt Murray.

0 hours, 59 minutes | 1,247 Views

After Words with Victor Cha

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11:38:26 PM - 12:38:35 AM
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11:38:26 PM - 12:38:35 AM

After Words with Victor Cha

Interview

Victor Cha explores the rise of North Korea’s Kim dynasty and provides a history of one of the most secret nations in recent history. He talked with Scott Snyder, director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations.

1 hours, 0 minutes | 2,106 Views

After Words with Steve Coll

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12:41:06 AM - 1:39:00 AM
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12:41:06 AM - 1:39:00 AM

After Words with Steve Coll

Interview

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Steve Coll investigates the corporation that has greater revenues than the economies of many western nations. He discussed the company’s power and influence with Associated Press energy reporter Dina Cappiello

0 hours, 57 minutes | 1,816 Views

After Words with Jay Nordlinger

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1:41:23 AM - 2:40:33 AM
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1:41:23 AM - 2:40:33 AM

After Words with Jay Nordlinger

Interview

Mr. Nordlinger presents the history of one of the world’s best known and most prestigious awards, the Nobel Peace Prize. In it, he shines a spotlight on Alfred Nobel, the prize’s founder, and discusses many noteworthy activists and leaders who were overlooked for the prize. He talked with the Wall Street Journal's iInternational editor Matt Murray.

0 hours, 59 minutes | 1,247 Views

After Words with Victor Cha

Airing Time:

2:43:03 AM - 3:43:12 AM
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2:43:03 AM - 3:43:12 AM

After Words with Victor Cha

Interview

Victor Cha explores the rise of North Korea’s Kim dynasty and provides a history of one of the most secret nations in recent history. He talked with Scott Snyder, director of the Program on U.S.-Korea Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations.

1 hours, 0 minutes | 2,106 Views

After Words with Steve Coll

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3:45:42 AM - 4:43:36 AM
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3:45:42 AM - 4:43:36 AM

After Words with Steve Coll

Interview

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Steve Coll investigates the corporation that has greater revenues than the economies of many western nations. He discussed the company’s power and influence with Associated Press energy reporter Dina Cappiello

0 hours, 57 minutes | 1,816 Views

After Words with Jay Nordlinger

Airing Time:

4:46:13 AM - 5:45:23 AM
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4:46:13 AM - 5:45:23 AM

After Words with Jay Nordlinger

Interview

Mr. Nordlinger presents the history of one of the world’s best known and most prestigious awards, the Nobel Peace Prize. In it, he shines a spotlight on Alfred Nobel, the prize’s founder, and discusses many noteworthy activists and leaders who were overlooked for the prize. He talked with the Wall Street Journal's iInternational editor Matt Murray.

0 hours, 59 minutes | 1,247 Views

Prime Minister Cameron on the European Union Summit

Airing Time:

5:48:51 AM - 7:09:11 AM

Continues

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5:48:51 AM - 7:09:11 AM

Prime Minister Cameron on the European Union Summit

International Telecasts

Prime Minister Cameron addressed the House of Commons after attending a two-day summit with European leaders to discuss the region’s debt crisis. Leaders from the 27-member European Union (EU) agreed on banking and financial measures to assist struggling economies, like Spain and Italy. The prime minister told members that there is a “real benefit” in staying in the EU but that the United Kingdom should seek to have “looser relationships” within the European Union.

1 hours, 20 minutes | 763 Views

President Reagan's Berlin Wall Speech

In Progress

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6:45:16 AM - 7:25:37 AM
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6:45:16 AM - 7:25:37 AM

President Reagan's Berlin Wall Speech

Public Affairs Event

Next, on American History TV - former Reagan Administration Chief of Staff - Kenneth Duberstein reflects on President Reagan’s speech at the Berlin Wall twenty five years ago when the president called on Soviet leader Gorbachev to "tear down this wall."Mr. Duberstein, who was in Berlin with President Reagan, recalls the events leading up to the speech and its impact on the end of the cold war. He’s interviewed by James Duff, chief executive officer of the Newseum. This program is forty minutes.

0 hours, 40 minutes | 354 Views

White House of the Confederacy, Part 2 Preview

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7:26:26 AM - 7:30:02 AM
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7:26:26 AM - 7:30:02 AM

White House of the Confederacy, Part 2 Preview

Vignette

This second of a two-part look at the wartime home of Confederate States of America President Jefferson Davis features the second floor of the mansion, where Davis spent many hours in his office, and his children played nearby in a large parlor. Our tour guide is Dean Knight of the Museum of the Confederacy, a non-profit organization which owns and operates the White House.

0 hours, 3 minutes | 157 Views

Civil Rights and Oral History

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7:30:20 AM - 7:59:32 AM
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7:30:20 AM - 7:59:32 AM

Civil Rights and Oral History

Interview

Tom Ikeda of the Japanese American Legacy Project and Jasmine Alinder of the March on Milwaukee digital history project are interviewed at the Organization of American Historians meeting in Milwaukee. Ikeda and Alinda discuss the historical value of online oral and digital history collections. Mr. Ikeda’s project focuses on documenting the experience of the WWII Japanese interment camps, and Professor Alinder is a team member of a project detailing the 1960's civil rights movement in Milwaukee.

0 hours, 29 minutes | 202 Views

Law of the Sea Treaty

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8:00:22 AM - 10:00:29 AM
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8:00:22 AM - 10:00:29 AM

Law of the Sea Treaty

Senate Committee

Business leaders testified on the United Nations Law of the Sea Treaty, an international convention that sets rules for under- and over-sea travel and commerce.

2 hours, 0 minutes | 283 Views

Housing Appraisal Industry

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10:01:05 AM - 10:50:49 AM
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10:01:05 AM - 10:50:49 AM

Housing Appraisal Industry

House Committee

Witnesses testified on proposals to improve oversight, regulation, and enforcement of the housing appraisal process. Among the topics addressed were the implementation of new financial service regulations under the Dodd-Frank law, appraisal fraud, the role of state regulators, and oversight of the appraisal process at the local level.

0 hours, 49 minutes | 9,408 Views

Housing Appraisal Industry

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10:50:49 AM - 12:05:24 PM
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10:50:49 AM - 12:05:24 PM

Housing Appraisal Industry

House Committee

Witnesses testified on proposals to improve oversight, regulation, and enforcement of the housing appraisal process. Among the topics addressed were the implementation of new financial service regulations under the Dodd-Frank law, appraisal fraud, the role of state regulators, and oversight of the appraisal process at the local level.

1 hours, 14 minutes | 9,408 Views

President Obama Campaign Event with Caroline Kennedy

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12:06:52 PM - 12:38:36 PM
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12:06:52 PM - 12:38:36 PM

President Obama Campaign Event with Caroline Kennedy

White House Event

Caroline Kennedy talked about her support for President Obama and the similarities between her father’s 1960 election and the 2012 campaign.

0 hours, 31 minutes | 407 Views

Political Party System Reform

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12:40:25 PM - 2:02:30 PM
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12:40:25 PM - 2:02:30 PM

Political Party System Reform

Public Affairs Event

Participants spoke about independent political movements, the challenges of being an unaffiliated candidate, and the two-party system of American politics. Among the topics they addressed were independent voter demographics, the history of independent movements, and recent levels of partisanship in Washington. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 22 minutes | 783 Views

Racial Profiling

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2:04:33 PM - 4:21:09 PM
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2:04:33 PM - 4:21:09 PM

Racial Profiling

Senate Committee

Witnesses testified on racial profiling and state immigration laws in Alabama and Arizona, relations between law enforcement and African-Americans, as well as anti-terrorism efforts that target American Muslims. One of the witnesses was Senator Benjamin Cardin (D-MD), who had introduced legislation called the 'End Racial Profiling Act'. Witnesses also talked about closing loopholes in the U.S. Department of Justice’s racial profiling guidance, and the Justice Department Civil Rights Division’s enforcement of federal civil rights laws to prevent profiling by state and local law enforcement agencies.

2 hours, 16 minutes | 2,878 Views

Women and the Nobel Prize

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4:23:59 PM - 5:58:38 PM
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4:23:59 PM - 5:58:38 PM

Women and the Nobel Prize

Public Affairs Event

A panel of women from across Africa and the Middle East talked about their own experiences as women peacebuilders and freedom fighters.

1 hours, 34 minutes | 146 Views

Women in Political Activism

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6:02:32 PM - 7:05:32 PM
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6:02:32 PM - 7:05:32 PM

Women in Political Activism

Public Affairs Event

Activists talked about their efforts to promote women’s issues among younger women. Among the speakers was Sandra Fluke who earlier in the year spoke before a House panel on women’s reproductive rights and who was criticized by radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. Also speaking was MSNBC anchor Krystal Ball who helped organize a boycott against sponsors of Mr. Limbaugh’s program.

1 hours, 3 minutes | 351 Views

Black Conservatives

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7:08:35 PM - 8:00:00 PM
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7:08:35 PM - 8:00:00 PM

Black Conservatives

Public Affairs Event

C.L. Bryant talked about why he left the Democratic Party and became a conservative.

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Nixon Library Watergate Exhibit

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8:00:43 PM - 9:00:41 PM
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Nixon Library Watergate Exhibit

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The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California, recently opened a new exhibit about Watergate. 
Library Director Timothy Naftali gave American History TV a tour of the exhibit, which chronicles events beginning in 1971 that led up to the break-in at the Watergate offices of the Democratic National Committee on June 17, 1972.
Mr. Naftali also discussed the aftermath of the scandal, the resignation of President Nixon on August 9, 1974, and the lasting impact that Watergate made on our system of government.
Extensive samples of Watergate evidence, including documents, oral histories, audio recordings and vintage television clips are available to explore online at nixonlibrary.gov

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Book Discussion on Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat

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9:01:26 PM - 10:00:02 PM
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9:01:26 PM - 10:00:02 PM

Book Discussion on Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat

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Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the June 17, 1972, Watergate break-in, historian and researcher Max Holland talked about his book, Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat. In the book he critiques the view of FBI Associate Director Mark Felt presented by Bob Woodward. Using the Woodward and Bernstein papers at the University of Texas, Mr. Holland argues that contrary to popular notions, Mark Felt selfishly used journalists to discredit FBI director L. Patrick Gray in the hope that he would be appointed to the top spot; and that President Nixon’s resignation was an unintended consequence. Mr. Holland also compares the Woodward and Bernstein book All the President’s Men to their original reporting notes, and he argues that they changed key information. Mr. Holland used slides as he spoke and responded to questions from members of the audience at the Kansas City Central Library.

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40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 1

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10:01:09 PM - 10:46:23 PM
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10:01:09 PM - 10:46:23 PM

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 1

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This is the first of three panel discussions about Watergate and its legacy with many key players, including White House officials and the reporters who first broke the story. It begins with former White House counsel John Dean, Senate Watergate Committee counsel Fred Thompson and former special prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste who discuss the investigation and cover up. This June 11th gathering, hosted by Washington Post Live, took place at the Watergate Office Building in Washington D.C. This portion is about 45 minutes.

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40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 2

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10:46:46 PM - 11:17:32 PM
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10:46:46 PM - 11:17:32 PM

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 2

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Panelists discussed the legacy of Watergate with former member of the House Judiciary Committee William Cohen, associate minority counsel to the Judiciary Committee William Weld, and former Nixon Administration deputy counsel Egil “Bud” Krogh. This is the second panel of the Washington Post Live’s Watergate conference. This portion is about 30 minutes.

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40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 3

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11:17:50 PM - 12:10:01 AM
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11:17:50 PM - 12:10:01 AM

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 3

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On the 40th anniversary of Watergate, we hear from the Washington Post reporters who first broke the story, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. This conference was hosted by Washington Post Live and ends with a tribute to Ben Bradlee, the former executive editor at the Post. This portion is about 50 minutes.

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Nixon Library Watergate Exhibit

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12:10:40 AM - 1:10:38 AM
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12:10:40 AM - 1:10:38 AM

Nixon Library Watergate Exhibit

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The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California, recently opened a new exhibit about Watergate. 
Library Director Timothy Naftali gave American History TV a tour of the exhibit, which chronicles events beginning in 1971 that led up to the break-in at the Watergate offices of the Democratic National Committee on June 17, 1972.
Mr. Naftali also discussed the aftermath of the scandal, the resignation of President Nixon on August 9, 1974, and the lasting impact that Watergate made on our system of government.
Extensive samples of Watergate evidence, including documents, oral histories, audio recordings and vintage television clips are available to explore online at nixonlibrary.gov

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1:11:52 AM - 2:10:01 AM

Book Discussion on Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat

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Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the June 17, 1972, Watergate break-in, historian and researcher Max Holland talked about his book, Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat. In the book he critiques the view of FBI Associate Director Mark Felt presented by Bob Woodward. Using the Woodward and Bernstein papers at the University of Texas, Mr. Holland argues that contrary to popular notions, Mark Felt selfishly used journalists to discredit FBI director L. Patrick Gray in the hope that he would be appointed to the top spot; and that President Nixon’s resignation was an unintended consequence. Mr. Holland also compares the Woodward and Bernstein book All the President’s Men to their original reporting notes, and he argues that they changed key information. Mr. Holland used slides as he spoke and responded to questions from members of the audience at the Kansas City Central Library.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 1,231 Views

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 1

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2:11:06 AM - 2:56:20 AM
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2:11:06 AM - 2:56:20 AM

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 1

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This is the first of three panel discussions about Watergate and its legacy with many key players, including White House officials and the reporters who first broke the story. It begins with former White House counsel John Dean, Senate Watergate Committee counsel Fred Thompson and former special prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste who discuss the investigation and cover up. This June 11th gathering, hosted by Washington Post Live, took place at the Watergate Office Building in Washington D.C. This portion is about 45 minutes.

0 hours, 45 minutes | 687 Views

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 2

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2:56:43 AM - 3:27:29 AM
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2:56:43 AM - 3:27:29 AM

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 2

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Panelists discussed the legacy of Watergate with former member of the House Judiciary Committee William Cohen, associate minority counsel to the Judiciary Committee William Weld, and former Nixon Administration deputy counsel Egil “Bud” Krogh. This is the second panel of the Washington Post Live’s Watergate conference. This portion is about 30 minutes.

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40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 3

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3:27:48 AM - 4:19:59 AM
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3:27:48 AM - 4:19:59 AM

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 3

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On the 40th anniversary of Watergate, we hear from the Washington Post reporters who first broke the story, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. This conference was hosted by Washington Post Live and ends with a tribute to Ben Bradlee, the former executive editor at the Post. This portion is about 50 minutes.

0 hours, 52 minutes | 361 Views

Nixon Library Watergate Exhibit

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4:20:38 AM - 5:20:36 AM
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4:20:38 AM - 5:20:36 AM

Nixon Library Watergate Exhibit

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The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California, recently opened a new exhibit about Watergate. 
Library Director Timothy Naftali gave American History TV a tour of the exhibit, which chronicles events beginning in 1971 that led up to the break-in at the Watergate offices of the Democratic National Committee on June 17, 1972.
Mr. Naftali also discussed the aftermath of the scandal, the resignation of President Nixon on August 9, 1974, and the lasting impact that Watergate made on our system of government.
Extensive samples of Watergate evidence, including documents, oral histories, audio recordings and vintage television clips are available to explore online at nixonlibrary.gov

0 hours, 59 minutes | 1,615 Views

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5:21:49 AM - 6:19:58 AM

Book Discussion on Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat

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Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the June 17, 1972, Watergate break-in, historian and researcher Max Holland talked about his book, Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat. In the book he critiques the view of FBI Associate Director Mark Felt presented by Bob Woodward. Using the Woodward and Bernstein papers at the University of Texas, Mr. Holland argues that contrary to popular notions, Mark Felt selfishly used journalists to discredit FBI director L. Patrick Gray in the hope that he would be appointed to the top spot; and that President Nixon’s resignation was an unintended consequence. Mr. Holland also compares the Woodward and Bernstein book All the President’s Men to their original reporting notes, and he argues that they changed key information. Mr. Holland used slides as he spoke and responded to questions from members of the audience at the Kansas City Central Library.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 1,231 Views

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 1

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6:21:03 AM - 7:06:17 AM

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6:21:03 AM - 7:06:17 AM

40th Anniversary of Watergate, Panel 1

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This is the first of three panel discussions about Watergate and its legacy with many key players, including White House officials and the reporters who first broke the story. It begins with former White House counsel John Dean, Senate Watergate Committee counsel Fred Thompson and former special prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste who discuss the investigation and cover up. This June 11th gathering, hosted by Washington Post Live, took place at the Watergate Office Building in Washington D.C. This portion is about 45 minutes.

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